Apparently, I have more to say about the Edible Sukkah. The big thing is that most folks skip the first and crucial step: to “glue” (with frosting, Nutella, whatever) a floor cracker to the plate. This anchors the whole structure, it gives the walls something to stick to, and it significantly reduces the frustration factor for little kids. Building a sukkah should be a treat, not a trial.
Below are step-by-step photos of a typical graham-cracker sukkah. For exhaustive dithering about materials, techniques, kashrut, and whatnot, see my earlier posts:
•Instant Edible Sukkah: Easy Tips for the Disorganized or Spontaneous
•Make a Kosher Edible Sukkah for the Obsessively Organized (good for group activities in a kosher facility/home and on the actual holiday)